Melania Trump supports LeBron James after husband's twitter attack

Michael Jordan says 'I support' LeBron James after Trump attack

CNN host Don Lemon has responded to Donald Trump's criticism of his interview with LeBron James, saying the president "traffics in racism".

Grisham added in her statement that the first lady would be open to visiting the new school.

For instance, the more moderate stances of Melania and Ivanka Trump and their independent profiles could be seen as an effort to take the edge of the President's base-pleasing plays among suburban women voters, who will be crucial in the elections of 2018 and 2020. Once again, Kiffin is king of social media.

She said Mrs Trump wanted "to have an open dialogue about issues facing children". Meanwhile, Don Lemon, the presenter who had interviewed James, also got Melania Trump involved.

James, who has not responded to Trump's comments, won widespread report from fellow athletes.

In a tweet late on Friday, Trump questioned the intelligence of the three-time National Basketball Association champion, following an interview on CNN with host Don Lemon, in which James criticised the Republican president for "dividing the sport".

Reacting to Trump's tweet, fellow athletes, sports writers and fans jumped to James' defence and criticised the USA president, while Jordan also offered his support. Jordan issued a statement through his spokesperson to The Associated Press on Saturday that said: "I support LeBron James. He made Lebron look smart, which isn't easy to do", Trump said. "[LeBron James]. He's doing an wonderful job for his community". "#BeBest", Lemon tweeted, using the hashtag of her youth wellbeing awareness campaign, which advocates against cyberbullying.

James is considered by many to be the greatest player in basketball history, rivaled by Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan. "Keep doing you @KingJames!" "We need more like him in this world", she tweeted. In response, Fox News pundit Laura Ingraham dedicated a segment to chiding James for discussing politics at all while a professional athlete.

James also promised a free bicycle and helmets for students and vowed to pay tuition to the University of Akron for I Promise graduates, among other things.

Lane Kiffin isn't a stranger to exploiting weaknesses, which is exactly why he's ready to tackle the problems brewing in the White House.

Related news: